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This aerial photos shows the Great Barrier Reef in Australia on Dec. 2, 2017. Australia said Tuesday, June 22, 2021, it will fight a recommendation for the Great Barrier Reef to be listed as in danger of losing its World Heritage values due to climate change, while environmentalists have applauded the U.N. World Heritage Committee's proposal.(Kyodo News via AP)

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Australian Environment Minister Sussan Ley, left, speaks to the media during a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Tuesday, June 22, 2021. Australia said on Tuesday it will fight a draft recommendation to list the Great Barrier Reef as a World Heritage site in danger after a United Nations body called for more government action on climate change. (Lukas Coch/AAP via AP)

Samuel Tommie, a citizen of the Seminole Tribe, plays the flute during a blessing ceremony for the House of Tears Carvers Totem Pole at the Deering Estate, Monday, June 21, 2021, in Palmetto Bay, Fla. The carvers of the totem pole come from the Lummi Nation in Washington State. They are doing a cross-country journey to Washington D.C. to raise awareness about climate change and the responsibility to protect sacred lands. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Nicole Wagner, right, leans up against the House of Tears Carvers Totem Pole with her son Liam Sopena, left, during a blessing ceremony at the Deering Estate, Monday, June 21, 2021, in Palmetto Bay, Fla. The carvers of the totem pole come from the Lummi Nation in Washington State. They are doing a cross-country journey to Washington D.C. to raise awareness about climate change and the responsibility to protect sacred lands. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Incense is lit for a blessing ceremony held for the House of Tears Carvers Totem Pole at the Deering Estate, Monday, June 21, 2021, in Palmetto Bay, Fla. The carvers of the totem pole come from the Lummi Nation in Washington State. They are doing a cross-country journey to Washington D.C. to raise awareness about climate change and the responsibility to protect sacred lands. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

People stand during a blessing ceremony for the House of Tears Carvers Totem Pole at the Deering Estate, Monday, June 21, 2021, in Palmetto Bay, Fla. The carvers of the totem pole come from the Lummi Nation in Washington State. They are doing a cross-country journey to Washington D.C. to raise awareness about climate change and the responsibility to protect sacred lands. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

People explore the House of Tears Carvers Totem Pole during a blessing ceremony at the Deering Estate, Monday, June 21, 2021, in Palmetto Bay, Fla. The carvers of the totem pole come from the Lummi Nation in Washington State. They are doing a cross-country journey to Washington D.C. to raise awareness about climate change and the responsibility to protect sacred lands. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Elise Rodrigues, left, explores the House of Tears Carvers Totem Pole with her grandfather Dennis Rodrigues, right, while it is displayed at the Deering Estate, Monday, June 21, 2021, in Palmetto Bay, Fla. The carvers of the totem pole come from the Lummi Nation in Washington State. They are doing a cross-country journey to Washington D.C. to raise awareness about climate change and the responsibility to protect sacred lands. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Freddie Lane, also known by his Lummi tribal name as Sul Ka Dub, left, and Catherine Hummingbird Ramirez, right, participate in a blessing ceremony for the House of Tears Carvers Totem Pole at the Deering Estate, Monday, June 21, 2021, in Palmetto Bay, Fla. The carvers of the totem pole come from the Lummi Nation in Washington State. They are doing a cross-country journey to Washington D.C. to raise awareness about climate change and the responsibility to protect sacred lands. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)